Tornado Warning for Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery counties until 11:45 p.m.

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Liberty and Polk counties are under a Flash Flood Warning.

HOUSTON — A Tornado Warning has been issued for Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties until 11:45 p.m.

A Tornado Watch continues for much of Southeast Texas until midnight. Ten counties are covered in the watch area: Harris, Montgomery, Chambers, Liberty, San Jacinto, Waller, Grimes, Trinity, Polk and Walker counties.

A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in the area. During the watch, you should review your tornado safety procedures and be prepared to move to a safe place if threatening weather approaches.

There’s also a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Liberty and Polk Counties until 2:15 a.m. 

Saturday’s Tornado watch came after multiple Tornado Warnings were issued as storms moved north-by-northeast across the Houston area. 

Radar confirmed two tornadoes touched down — in the Humble area and Liberty County — according to KHOU 11 Meteorologist Tim Pandajis. No major damage was reported.

If you’re in the path of a tornado, you should seek shelter in an interior room, take cover and stay away from doors and windows.

WATCH: Sunday forecast

  • Sunday: A few overnight storms could produce about an inch of rain. The more active severe threat moves in between 2:30 and 6:30 a.m. After that, the overall trend for Sunday will be less rain as a new cold front moves through. The rain should move offshore by 2 p.m.

A few spotty showers could linger in the Houston Metro for the Texans tailgate. What else will linger? The warmth! Temps hover in the mid 70s most afternoon. The record stands at 80 degrees so likely in the clear but still not very winter-like temps.

You can track the rain all weekend long using our live interactive radar.

Also, follow the KHOU 11 Meteorologist team for live updates: